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Rav Ovadiah always viewed Shas as a bridge between religious and secular forces in Israel
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I understand that she wants to tell me something. I stroke her hand and force myself to be patient as she struggles to form words
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Whether we promote ourselves on Instagram or not, we all already have a unique brand of our own — because Hashem made us that way.
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